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Call for Papers

TEAM 2014


TEAM2014 CALL FOR PAPERS

The 2014 International Conference on TEAM is an interdisciplinary forum that invites scholarly interactions among academics, researchers, practitioners, administrators and students.  This conference that is organized by UOG Research, Graduate Studies and Sponsored Programs in collaboration with partner institutions in the Philippines is scheduled for October 24, 25 and 26. 

All abstracts will be blind reviewed by a team of reviewers, and authors will usually be notified of the decision of the reviewers within two weeks of submission. Authors of accepted abstracts are required to pay the registration fee.  This is a pre-requisite for issuance of a letter of invitation that is needed for visa application.  Authors of accepted abstracts may have their full paper published in the conference proceedings. Full text submission is due between Nov. 15, 2014 and Dec. 15, 2014.

Deadline for submission of abstracts in the following sub-themes is on July 30, 2014.  The abstract of not more than 250 words will be peer reviewed and results will be emailed to senders after two weeks.  Email your abstracts to the contact person below:   

       

Sub-Themes:

Technology

Assessment

Innovative uses of technology

Outcomes-based assessment

Computer mediated instruction

Multiple assessment strategies

Distance and blended learning

Cognitive and Affective assessments

Assistive technology

Assessment of critical and creative thinking

Social media platforms

Project assessment and evaluation

Technological advancement and challenges

Program reviews and evaluation

 

 

Education

Management

Best practices in teaching and learning

Management in higher education

Values education in school

School management

At-risk learners

Shared governance

Competency-based programs

Accreditation and Accountability

Language and culture studies

Leadership and management strategies

Environmental education

Project management

 

 

 

For more information, contact: Dr. Lourdes Ferrer (lourdesferrer@yahoo.com)